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you so much for joining us, i'm don lemon in the cnn "newsroom." fr france's military is carrying out operations in africa. more than 100 people have been killed by french air strikes in northern mal i. france came to the aid of government in its fight. mean time in somalia, two french soldiers were killed in an attempt to free a french intelligence agent who may also have died in the raid. >>> syrian activists say government air forces are back in action, and pounding the outskirts of damascus. a week of bad weather grounded most planes. the rebels are claiming victory in the fight for an air base in the north. fighters say they seized weapons and ammunition after the battle. activists say 108 people were killed today in the civil war. >>> internet trail blazer aaron schwartz has passed away. a relative says schwartz committed suicide. he was only 26 years old. schwartz was involved with developing reddit and rss. later he dropped out of stanford university and focused on battling internet censorship. schwartz was facing legal trouble related to his activism and he had blogged about
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of the store. antioch police were here taking down any information. but we don't know any suspects' descriptions at this point. but at this moment, the clerk refused medical attention. he's working this morning. he says that he's a little bit spooked out by what happened. but he will continue to work until the owner gets here. roughly around 9:00 this morning. he also says he just started this job about a week ago. we're live in antioch, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police in gilroy are looking for a man they say tried to pick up an 11-year-old girl walking home. it happened on monterey road last week. police say the man offered her a ride but when another driver saw what was happening. he took off. police say the man was driving a ford green 2000 astrovan. the suspect is described as an hispanic man between 50 to 60 years old with short black here and a mustache. >>> petaluma police are also investigating a similar incident. yesterday, a 14-year-old girl reported that a man asked her to get into his car just outside westside elementary school. police say the girl kept wa
me, she asked -- i thank her for the courage it took to come forward. she said, i don't know how to tell you this, but i think there's so much going on. >> she told us her son had come to her and told her there was a picture jill had sent to him in december naked in her body and it had been passed to another boy and then to another boy and put up on the internet. >> he told me he had these pictures of jill and he was telling everybody that they were on his email account. so everybody went on the email account and they saw and they sent them to themselves just to have them just to, i don't know, just to --. >> we were very surprised when she told us about the picture. we had no idea. jill was very private, we couldn't understand why she would send something like that to a boy that she wasn't a boyfriend, it was just a friend. >> our first thought, this isn't true. we first thought this can't be true. then i thought, i need to at least know, i need to at least pursue this and bring it to the attention of the police department. >> we started talking a lot in, like, december. t
visions, gary, to think about how if folks decided -- and we don't play in this -- but if folks decided there could be a class on this, how you teach, life skills class, right? if we try to make a one-size fits all click approach that doesn't really take people from where they are and get them to where they need to go. i have seen life skills work well and i have seen students literally filling out mcdonald's applications in their life skills class. so you can't just quickly eradicate and we can't just think about this in an isolated silo the link, for example, that has been alluded to between discipline and bullying, they go hand in hand, how zero tolerance policies often can hurt the victim of bullyings and harassment as they react. you heard tom mention restoretive justice, right here, again, right here in this city across the bridge, and i know as superintendent talked about, you are doing amazing stuff in san francisco. tony smith in oakland has an initiative that is dealing with not just things like restoretive justice alone but positive behavioral interventions and supports.
during the day on wednesday. a few clouds continuing through thursday. we don't expect a lot o of moisture to accompany the frontal system but what moisture does accompany it could produce light scattered showers and maybe even a snow shower or two on thursday as the colder air settles in. but the big change with with the front will not be the chance of precipitation. that is modest. it it will be the drop in temperatures which we will all feel. tomorrow a rise in temperatures. highs will be in the low 60s in the south bay. up to 62 at san jose. low 60s on the peninsula. up to 62 palo alto and mountain view. upper 50s on the coast and pacifica and halfle moon bay and upper 50s in and around san francisco. a high of 59 downtown tomorrow. north bay highs mainly low 60. 61 sonoma. 62 napa. 62 santa rosa. east bay, 62 oakland, fremont and castro valley. inland east ba highs right around or just barely above 60 degrees and near monterey bay mainly mid 60s inland and low 60s near the bay. the accuweather seven-day forecast. temperatures drop on wednesday and there is a slight chance
and when it comes to national security, we don't like to leave a lot of gaps. >> if confirmed, brennan will replace leon panetta, the director of the cia and take over for general david petraeus who resigned over an extra marital affair. >>> secretary of state hillary rodham clinton resumed work today and received a football helmet to protect her from another head injury. she fell after becoming dihydrated and developed a concussion. >>> california lawmakers are back at the state capital hold be super majorities in both houses for the first time in 30 years. the legislature recessed for the holidays and the super majority means democrats can pass legislation without a single republican vote. as the legislation opens, it includes higher education funding and healthcare reforms. >>> a dog grooming van crashes into a business in san jose and we will tell you what happened to this vehicle just before this happened and what it means for the store. >>> rosemary is up in a few minutes and she will tell us about some cold temperatures headed this way. >> they are the hottest tickets to get but
and stress, they need someone to talk to. they just don't have the perspective that an adult has. >> one of the things that struck me was the boys were interviewed, they knew they were in trouble, but i didn't hear them say i'm sorry, i shouldn't have sent the picture on. >> the three boys were arrested and they complied with a vuft stis program and part of that program was to write a letter to jill apologizing. as one could expect there is a spectrum of responses. some were very, very sincere. some were more concerned that they were caught. they were asked to be part of this video today, it was critical they were involved. i think what is interesting you catch the quote, while i'm the big dog, i got someone naked. i just want to point, that's the culture that was going on, that jill was a possession, a baseball card or a dollar bill. >> has that culture changed? >> yes, i think cassie is doing a great job at that, a great job, but what we need to do is keep -- jill would have graduated this june. her class now is gone. what we need to do is keep this going. >> one of the things ev
that -- that certain students cost more to educate than other students is valid. i don't think many people dispute that. it's a matter of how do you implement that? and how do you pay for it? and that's where that rubber hits the road. >> it's kind of hard. it has to be fair across the board, it doesn't matter what student or what income level they're at. >> reporter: even though it would benefit schools in the west contra costa unified school district, charles ramsey believes that the governor's plan will only breed bitterness. >> how is it going to accomplish that? i don't think it's fair to say to other school districts that they should lose their funding to help us. i just don't support that kind of proposal. >> reporter: and if you are wondering to what happened to all that additional sales tax that you just passed for education? it is going to schools but because there were so many cuts in the last five years, this only brings the schools back to where they started so just at zero. i'm grace lee, cbs 5. >>> on the higher education front it appears gover
-old career criminal says most drivers don't read warning signs like this one. >> they don't know the machine is the way to pay, but if you know the machine is okay. >> you feel good about it, justified about it? >> not always. it's an easy way to make money. >> reporter: how much do you make? >> i make it through a day. it's a good deal and rent paid. >> is it lucrative? >> i can make up to thousand dollars a week. >> reporter: he says he has been arrested 30 times. this particular con job is considered a misdemeanor petty theft. he spends little time in jail. he knows he'll be out soon. >> anderson was last arrested saturday at a parking lot. he was in court where he was also charged with violating probation. for that offense, they order in order bail and anderson justifies his crimes saying its really the parking lot operators fault. >> i said you guys wanted to stop it. >> that is one thing that anderson and district attorney agree on. the d.a. says parking operators need to share the responsibility. >> you put attendants or gate and camera. simply posting signs is not enough. >> anderson
supports a wife and four children. >> if we don't get no water, i don't have a job. and there's six other guys that t work here with me. we'll all be in the same boat. >> reporter: scott, forecasters expect the drought to continue until at least march for most of texas. >> pelley: anna, thank you very much. climate change, of course, is also affecting the seas. and in california, we're going to have a look at the impact on whales and seals a little bit later in the broadcast. tonight, the official who exposed the illegal doping of lance armstrong says he received death threats and witnesses were intimidated as he tried to break a code of silence around the cyclist. travis tygart is the head of the u.s. anti-doping agency, which polices u.s. olympic sports. armstrong won the world's most grueling event, the tour de france, seven times. but after tygart's investigation, armstrong lostrt all of his titles. in his first interview, tygart spoke with us for the premiere of a new program called "60 minutes sports" on showtime. tygart says that armstrong was doping in his very first win at the to
it should be adopted. >> we certainly don't want to have criminals breaking into homes and getting ahold of guns. that can happen. >> in piedmont, abc-7 news. >> ama: a 13-year-old tourist is in the hospital suffering from life-threatening injuries after she was hit bay car in san francisco. happened around 8:00 last night on pine street just west of stockton street. the girl was visiting the city with her family when she was hit. the drive tide stop after the accident. >>> vallejo police are offering a ewafford reward for the identity or a car that hit a man. police said the driver rap away after the c. and hasn't been found. >> still to come on abc-7 news at 11:00, a community comes together to help save a bay area icon. >> the taxty ride that led -- what one man did to get his iphone back. >> a google project has hurricane victims seething. >> plus, rain moving through the bay area right now. you can seer right here i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance
. if the plan works out with the police and city officials, he says it should be adopted. >> we certainly don't want to have criminals breaking into homes and getting a hold of guns. that can happen. >> in piedmont, thomas ramone, abc7 news. >> tomorrow morning at to 10:00 the 49ers divisional playoff tickets go on sale via ticket masters. niners will host the green bay packers at candlestick park next saturday night, january 12th at five. but the number of seats available is extremely limited so fans are encouraged to visit nfl ticket exchange to find additional seats. it is expected to be a sellout game. it is possible more seats could become available later due to returns. those tickets would only be made available through ticketmaster. >>> up next, unhappy residents, why they say a bill passed to help super storm sandy victims is not enough to make a difference. and the peninsula community comes together to try to save a bay [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i jus
temperatures that will likely kill plants if you don't cover them up and may give us crop damage throughout parts of california. prost advisory near the bay, slightly warmer here. overall you need to take in the pets and protect the plants. in san jose, last time it was this cold for this long of a stretch was back on january 9 through the 19th of 2012. it's been about a year since we've had weather like this so remember to bundle up and wear those layers. we have some warming coming up in a few minutes. >>> it feels like green bay around here. guess who is in town tonight? the green bay packers. the big playoff game is now less than 24 hours away. the 49ers, packers at candlestick. the san francisco skyline showing off the city's team spirit. at city hall the 49ers flag is flying high with hopes this win tomorrow, if they win, will pave the way to new orleans, the site of the super bowl. preparations are under way, course, at candlestick. the game is sold out. it will be cold as jeff said, but some people are already tailgating. you see the parking lot. huey lewis and the news will will si
a desire to do something or some things even though they don't solve the entire problem. >> i've never seen anything that have shocked the consciousness of the american people like 16, 17-year-old kids being riddeled with bullets in the classroom in a neighborhood that was considered to be immune to this kind of bearior. >> meanwhile -- behavior. >> meanwhiles nra proposes is a ban. >> we had a decade for on guns and it had no impact. >> he admitted was impractical. >> every gun purchased can only be fired by the person who purchased it. >> that technology exists but it's extremely expensive. >> so expensive no one really expects mr. biden will recommend it tuesday, to the put but he will make recommendations even though he thinks they won't completely solve the problem. >>> a sfen-year-old boy was shot -- 17-year-old boy was shot just after midnight on drake avenue in marinc. >> that teen had come from sisku county to be with family and celebrated his 17th birthday a few days ago. >> someone thought he had stolen a drug cash. it's the first homicide in marin krae in two years. >> a machine
wrapping herself in blankets. she died sunday. she had heart failure and breast cancer. >> i don't think it was necessarily a surprise for us but it still is stunning and shocking to lose someone who really was very much a part of our zoo family for years. >> reporter: tallulah was the oldest animal at the zoo in her mid-50s and it lived there the longest. her death is hard on staff who say she had a strong connection with humans. before coming here, she had been raised as a pet. >> she was a very intelligent chimpanzees. she had a personality that was larger than life. >> reporter: her loss a surprise to visitors, met with her picture and announcement of her passing outside the chimp exhibit. >> that's really sad. we come here all the time. >> reporter: the other chimps have also been here since the 1960s. they have been acting quieter than normal in her absence. zoo staff say although they're sad she's gone, she left behind a legacy. tallulah was instrumental in resome on geriatric animals and inspired the zoo to implement techniques to impr
like ambien which contain zolpiden recommending to 5 milligrams from 10, because women don't process it as quickly as men. it's still in the woman's body the next morning. the fda says new labeling will voice doctors to consider a lower dosage for men. >>> a troubling week for boeing after problems surface in several of its 787 dreamliner planes. little bit later on in this hour, the faa will announce an investigation. >>> 13 minutes past the hour. the man accused of killing 12 people inside a colorado theater last summer could enter a plea this morning at his scheduleed arainment. colorado judge ruled there is enough evidence for james holmes to stand trial on all 166 counts including first-degree murder. >>> planned parenthood in texas heads to court today, the group wants a federal judge to allow it to be part of the state's revamped women's health program under a new state law texas noening loer funds women's health clinics affiliated with abortion. that state law disqualifies texas from getting federal money for women's health and since federal money makes up a huge chunk of pla
out he says it should be adopted. >> we certainly don't want to have criminals breaking into homes and getting ahold of guns. that can happen. >> in piedmont, abc-7 news. >> ama: a 13-year-old tourist is in the hospital suffering from life-threatening injuries after she was hit bay car in san francisco. happened around 8:00 last night on pine street just west of stockton street. the girl was visiting the city with her family when she was hit. the drive tide stop after the accident. >>> vallejo police are offering a ewafford reward for the identity or a car that hit a man. police said the driver rap away after the c. and hasn't been found. >> still to come on abc-7 news at 11:00, a community comes together to help save a bay area icon. >> the taxty ride that led -- what one man did to get his iphone back. >> a google project has hurricane victims seething. >> plus, rain moving through the bay area right now. you can seer right here o >> ama: fans of the peninsula ice rinking rallying against a plan to close the center. the board wants to transform the location into retail face but l
'm kind of jealous the next door neighbor is having all this patio space and people sit there. i don't. >> reporter: look to san francisco and the parklets there or oakland to see that the concept can work even in cities where parking spots are hard to come by. >> there's always second street and san fernando. and then we have the other side and the right side. i think there's still parking available. >> reporter: it might take getting use d to not being able to park exactly in front of where you want to dine. during the one-year pilot period the city will only permit five of these curb cafes, parklets, as they're called throughout the bay area. if they work, we may see more. kris sanchez, nbc bay area news. >> okay. thank you, kris. tonight might not be the night to sit outside, though. coming up, big changes just around the corner, jeff. >>> that's right. some of the coldest air not only of the season but of the past year looks to arrive as we continue throughout this week. the possibility of low snow. how low that snow will go. that will be improving on wednesday. we have it all i
says if you begin to slide, step off the accelerator and chp says don't hit your brakes. check the weather where you live 24/7 go to ktvu.com click on the weather tab find live storm tracker 2 : >>> >> a gathering at glide memorial church to show support for a young mother doused in gasoline and badly burned. ♪ [ music ] >>> dozens came together to share songs and prayers for 25- year-old star lamar who police say was attacked by her boyfriend. she suffered severe burns on her face and body during sunday's attack. police arrested 22-year-old dexter oliver for the crime. her sister said tonight's gathering means a great deal to the family. >> means a lot to know, my sister wasn't alone and people were praying for her that she heals. >> lamar remains hospitalized tonight, oliver is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow the family says the two had a rocky relationship and she had just broken it off gain the day of the attack. >>> for the first time since 1960, no living baseball player will be inducted into the baseball hall of fame this year. in voting results releasedderrier toda
the accelerator and chp says don't hit your brakes. check the weather where you live 24/7 go to ktvu.com click on the weather tab find live storm tracker 2 : >>> >> a gathering at glide memorial church to show support for a young mother doused in gasoline and badly burned. ♪ [ music ] >>> dozens came together to share songs and prayers for 25- year-old star lamar who police say was attacked by her boyfriend. she suffered severe burns on her face and body during sunday's attack. police arrested 22-year-old dexter oliver for the crime. her sister said tonight's gathering means a great deal to the family. >> means a lot to know, my sister wasn't alone and people were praying for her that she heals. >> lamar remains hospitalized tonight, oliver is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow the family says the two had a rocky relationship and she had just broken it off gain the day of the attack. >>> for the first time since 1960, no living baseball player will be inducted into the baseball hall of fame this year. in voting results releasedderrier today barry bonds -- released earlier today, barry bonds
and that is warmer next week. don't go shirtless, i don't think. and it won't be as chilly next week as last week and that is because the deep trough of low pressure is moving slowly to the east and that is being placed in the pacific and the rain confined. as a result, we have a lot of sun around the bay area and to the top of mount tam, too and mount diablo and they say you can see more land area than almost any other place on earth and you way atop this fold that overlooks the central valley. as a result, can you see the sierra on a day like this and maybe i will go up there. we're going to look for temperatures to be near 50 degrees and 50 in mountainview. 52 in medical pitas and cooler than. that brian in fairfield and pittsburg and looking at numbers in the low 50s and heading for the wine country, not bad and some frozen breaks and 51 for novato and petaluma a.52 in santa rosa and in san francisco today, we'll hit a high of 50 degrees and in oakland, 53 and tonight, a low of 26 in santa rosa and below freezeing tonight and the freeze warnings are still in full affect and the five-day forec
ning i'm dan ashley let's get to sandy with a close watch on what is going on out there. >> if you don't feel the winter chill yet get ready to feel it tonight. already out there temperatures falling. live doppler 7 hd showing you skies are clear right now. and this is where the freeze warnings are going up. very shortly here friday and saturday 2:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. darker purple. all of the north basement its bay interior valley and santa clara valley which includes san jose. mid 2 is to low 30's. freeze damage to crops sensitive plants. bayshore line indicated by the lighter purple under a frost advisory during the same time period. temperatures low to mid 30's want to protect the sensitive plants. bring them in. don't forget about your pechlts i'll be back to show you exactly how cold it's going to get in your neighborhood in a few minutes and look at the weekend forecast. >> thanks very much. >>> see you in a few minutes. >> snow in the sierra means chains required on all vehicle on highway 80 from the foot hills to donner lake. you should also take extra care when d
. >> reporter: it's interesting to hear from fans but their votes don't count. hers does. >> president of the baseball writers association. i chose not to vote for barry bonds. >> reporter: steroids, she says, tainted the game. >> the current hall of fame players do not want players from the steroid era even suspected steroid users in the hall of fame. >> reporter: will there ever be a barry bonds hall of fame. souvenir uniform? time will tell on that. but if it were today, you couldn't get one at a giants dugout store. the giants don't sell anything with his name on it. he holds all the right. bonds is eligible for several more years to be voted in. mike sugerman, cbs 5. >>> we are in for several days of cold and snow. >> definitely will be some snow around mount tam. we are hoping it doesn't happen overnight where nobody gets to see it. but hopefully a light trace of snow which means mount diablo and also mount hamilton should see some light snow, as well. good evening, everybody. we are off and running to san jose mostly cloudy skies, what you c
to the steroid era. >> i don't understand why they won't elect him into the hall of fame. it don't make sense. >> the vote into which no one was elected wrings baseball's former little secret in the shadows, front and center again. lance will yimz wrote the book exposing barry bonds. >> i think baseball never figured out how to process the steroid era. it's awkward for the game and fans this, is more awkwardness. >> and ironic that it has reopened an old wound exposing the worse. >> i think sports should be about fair play. as hokey as that sounds. other guys are the guys that had to play against these guys cheating. how many weren't able to get strike outs or base hits maybe they would have racked up good stats if these guys hadn't cheated to get there. >> coming back live now, on the statue immortalized outside of the ballpark. mark says one of the reasons is that it's too soon to know all facts oféqmnx the steroider. how many players use them, he says he wants more context. there is time barry bonds has 14Ñn$? more ballots in which toe elected. wayne freedman abc 7 news. >> thank you. >>
sportsman ship. all right? to me, if you cheated that is addressing those issues. i still don't have information about what the whole landscape looked like. to some, the hall of fame is about performance, art did vote for bonds. >> barry bonds deserves to be in the hall of fame. a man who wins seven cy yungz deserves to be now.. >> so many great names, so many questions still unanswered. clearly, baseball has a quandry. >> i suppose we had ins. they figure out a way to conceptualize these players if they admitted it, they can say they were ripe in the game that is one thing this, year we're being asked to put in two guy who's say they never touched the stuff there, is evidence that that is not true. >> so this is a fine line between elections or a very fine line. he was elected, pete rose knows bit. he was not elected. now, we have barry bonds. thank you. >> turning to larry beil. larry spent time with the man providing a lot of the performance-enhacing drugs to some ofy/u&ñ the athletes. >> well, victor conti. you can guess how he feels. the baseball writer was a loud, clear statem
. >> i don't know if the decision was made not to be more inclusive and that would it have affected whether this accidentp91l happened yesterday but extra caution was already called for. just from common sense perspective. >> part of the puzzle was those conditions question is was there fog from the anchorage? the nine critical areas that they're talking about would not exist if not for a group called harbor safety committee that recommended areas to the coast guard as it turns out harbor safety committee is going to have it's regular meeting on thursday and it should be interesting. >> yes. it should be. wayne thank you. the man acting as a spokesman for td construction project spent final days with caltrans today he has been servings a consultant for 15 years and works for a company whose $10 kblinl contract with caltrans was cancelled by governor brown last month. the contract included plans for a book and a du.ry but the gyx/,p!3u1h] and a handful of supporters refused to move out of the way. five were arrested between last night and this morning including this woman who tried t
, don't worry, we're told that temperatures are expected to warm up by monday. but you don't have to take my word for it. for all things weather, let's send things to elizabeth in the weather center. >> thank you. if you think you're cold now, wait until tomorrow. as she just mentioned, we are already have freeze warnings and frost advisories posted for tomorrow morning at this time. so let's check out our cbs 5 hi- def doppler. a lot of the bay area is dry. but as you can see, hugging the coastline and moving inland we have scattered very light showers. earlier it was in parts of saratoga, san jose, look like dry right now traveling any of those freeways. where we're seeing some rain and even some snow earlier we saw some snow showers that kind of was a mixture of pink and white. you can see a little bit right now over boulder creek and santa cruz county. so again be careful traveling highway 9 in the area. one to two inches is possible over the santa cruz mountains. so highway 17, highway 35. that winter weather advisory in those mountains set
and kissing is fine too. you're all young, don't need to go all the way. [cheers and applause] (mindy) okay, i haven't broken out mom's saag paneer recipe in a long time, so please be gentle. it's gritty. yes, i think that is the mac and cheese powder i used. i am so happy you're going back to college. i'm also happy that i went to the rap battle. me too. hey, you have to change your name. reazy-peazy, it just has no meaning, and i think that it should be something, i don't know, that reflects more of the people in your life and stuff, like "little bro." no, that's horrible. how about, like, "nice cube"? are you kidding? how about, like, "mc smarty-pants"? [laughing] what? reesh, i don't know about this dinner. i think maybe we should order something good. yeah, i was just gonna play with it. it's not that bad. come on. (man) go to bed. >>> new information tonight, the coast guard says it did issue a warning before this oil tanker sideswiped the bay bridge. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. the coast guard tonight is telling us its initial review of internal communica
times. then banta charged toward the officers with the knife in his hand. >> officers don't shoot and kill anyone. they don't shoot anyone unless they're absolutely forced to do that and in this particular case, they were. >> the chief says toxicology reports are pending. banta had no criminal record. the officers are on full duty. >>> state superintendent of public instruction is expected to unveil a any system today for standardized testing in california schools. last year, the state legislature gave tom torlickson the task of revamping student achievement tests which gauge progress in english, arts and math. new testing is expected to include critical thinking and problem solving skills to comply with the new national guidelines known as common core. >> and getting a bit of a makeover. >>> should be a nice day but the fog is thing in the east bay valleys visibilities down to a quart mile and there's a dense fog advisory up there this morning in through concord, livermore. watch out, we have thick fog early on today. and it's going to take s
looked outside my sister's pounding to check who it was, and it was some guy, i don't know, looking very suspicious. and he kept looking around. and then he looked up, and i went away from the window. >> reporter: a short time later she heard a huge slam, and then silence. when she came downstairs, she spotted two men trying to come inside of her house, one of them possibly armed with a gun. >> i didn't know what else to do. so i just opened up my window and kicked out -- kicked out. i kicked out the screen. and sat on the roof for a bit. >> reporter: the home on the east side of town was one of four homes broken into just yesterday afternoon in broad daylight. in one, thieves made off with five guns. two teenaged suspects are in custody for one of the burglaries. police say now more than ever, people should know their neighbors and report any suspicious activity. >>> there is a good chance you got an extra blanket on tonight. the big chill is here. temperatures are dropping fast. some areas in the bay area expected to reach freezing. the cold blast, combined with some rain, is prompting
the story from sacramento. >> i am raring to go. i don't expect me to leave too soon. >> in the first public appearance since finishing treatment, governor brown wants to shake up california's troubles and severely overcrowded prison systems. he signed a proclamation declaring end of the prison crisis, filed court papers to terminate oversight of the care, and asked the judges to remove the population cap. pointing to thousands of pages in legal documents and reports and the millions spent to produce them over the years, governor brown says it's time to return prison controls back to california. >> we can't pour more dollars down the rat hole of n incarceration wex have to spend as much as we need but no more. >> california's prison problems began more than two decades ago. inmates filed a class action lawsuit. the court concluded overcrowding was a major contributor and sent a prison population cap. politicians have been reluctant to release criminals lirl because of concerns and fear of political ramifications. attorneys say they'll fight to keep the feds involved in mental health care bec
.s. at the age of 3 says he knows the threats don't rep the majority of people who disagree with him on gun control and he's had similar experiences before. two years ago, he publicly disagreed with conservative talk show host rush limbaugh and as a result, yee received threats against his life. >> when you get death threats and you get threats about, we'll send you back where you came from, even though i have been here for 50 some odd years. it is unnerving but it is something that you have to live with. >> as for his bill, it did not pass last year. the senator said the newtown, connecticut has really changed the climate for gun control so he is optimistic that it will pass this time. he expects a full vote in the senate in the next few months. monte francis, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. once again, a gunman took aim in aurora, colorado. this time in a townhome not far from the massacre. police were called to a townhouse there where they said a man barricaded himself inside. then fired at officers, keeping them at bay for about six hours. they stormed the house and found four people d
. >> i was terrified because i have daughters and we don't know what happened. >> a couple of house as way, i mean it's ridiculous. i never would have thought that would happen right there. like i said they were a real quiet family. absolutely no reason why i would think that would happen. >> reporter: we reached out to police several times this afternoon to ask when the man was killed? what the motive might have been or whether they have any suspects or investigative leads? so so far a spokesmans is not returned our calls. live in san josi, cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a driver is dead after an early morning crash in san josi. it happened just before 3:00 a.m. on south 1st and margaret streets. the vehicle flipped upside down. the driver was the only one inside the car. >> from was an officer parked around the corner and he heard the accident and he was the first one on the scene and tried to provide first aid, but he was pronounced shortly after. >> police a roads were wet at the time, but they are not saying whether that played a role in the crash. they say neither drugs
murders in connecticut and colorado. >> i don't think that a few people should make it to where everybody in the country has to pay for what these few people have done. >> reporter: the owner of the gun show promotion company is headed to washington this thursday for meetings on the gun issue. that invitation came from vice president joe biden. in ontario, greg mills, cbs5. >>> 8:34 now. and we've seen showers for the past several hours. sounds like -- >> showers or drizzle. >> oh. >> okay. >> we call it sheavesle -- shizzle in the business. the doppler is showing the main action moved out toward the central valley around modesto. still plenty of clouds to start out with and light showers, 44 degrees at concord, 48 in san francisco right now and 46 in san jose. after we dispense with the showers today, looks as if finally we will be drying it out for a while. bad news for fungus but good news for you and me. we will chat about that in a few minutes. >> i think you claimed a new phrase there, shizzle but then after that you have to say my nizzle. come on, guys. >> not going to go there. >>
society. >> but i don't want those weapons around our schools or around our streets. i think that if we can't -- it is not a complete fix to just address assault weapons. but i think if we don't get very serious now when we see children being buried, then i can't think of a time when we should. >> mcchrystal says he believes most people who own these weapons are not properly prepared to carry them. >>> break out the score cards you will need them to keep track of the comings and goings in the president's cabinet. the white house chief of star, jack lew, will be named treasury secretary, and now there is a search for a new position now that solis has stepped down. kathleen sebelius will continue to serve in the president's second term. >>> in colorado, the evidence hearing against james holmes is over a couple days earlier than expected. the judge will decide tomorrow if the case will go to trial. homes is accused of opening fire inside that aurora, colorado movie theater last july killing 12 and injuring dozens. yesterday police say they found evidence that holmes cased the theater for
don't know what kind of influence a chief of staff really has on a president, but sometimes they can the most influential person because they spend so much time, even more so than a vice president or anyone else. is that the case do you think with jack lew or he's following the lead given by this president because that would matter as he heads over to treasury? >> sure, as dagen mentioned, he did when we worked for clinton have kind of a different view. connell: he's following the president? >> he's going to reflect the president's interests which are a larger role for government in our lives and as i said more distribution. dagen: he is seen by the right as being intractable, being very stubborn, very tough negotiator, witnessed in the 2011 debt ceiling fight. how do you think it plays out with the debt ceiling fight and the sequestration and the budget? >> yeah, well, i think it is very troubling because, you know, one of the conversations we've been having is that there has to be more compromise in washington if we're going to get through some of these things, and i think that thi
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children of my own. >>> there is a sign near the intersection that says no crossing. they don't know whether the taxi driver will be cited. >>> there is no more free meter parking in san francisco. meters are going to be enforced every sunday, everywhere in the city from noon until 6:00 p.m. they hope it will free up parking places in the shopping district. but business owners are worried it will drive people away. drivers will get a warning if they don't feed the meters. >>> rosemary orozco, rosemary, you are right, and the majority of the bay area got wet. >> avoid driving in the afternoon. where was i? at 4:00? driving in the rain. if you have early morning errands, an umbrella will do you good. we will begin to see this taper off with spotty showers across the bay area. there is a live look there at the mostly gray skies. we will continue to see gray skies by the most of the day. partly cloudy and partly sunny, most of the sunday will be a little soggy and gray. give ago look here, storm tracker 2 picking up showers at long the peninsula. and san mateo has cleared the area and mo
pounds of dried marijuana and a five foot long gator. >> reporter: we don't know where the 32-year-old bought it but we know he kept it in his home in castro valley. it's a quiet neighborhood, little cul-de-sac where neighbors say they didn't know him or his wife or their 2-year- old very well because they had just moved in. they knew he did have several dogs and a pit bull. >> even when we went in to the backyard we say okay, carry a bat with you. >> reporter: you were worried about the dog. >> yeah. yeah. >> reporter: gator? >> no didn't expect that. >> reporter: the owner of mr. teeth said that he was supposed to be a deterrant for the 34 pounds of marijuana. that marijuana also found in the bedroom of that home next to the gator. he is facing drug, sale and possession charges. he was booked just after midnight being held on 160,000- dollar bail. he will face a judge at two to be charged and we can see gators line. we found them for about $250 but the fish and game has them listed as illegal to own so it's likely he will face more charges soon for having mr. teeth in his home
are scheduled to graduate this coming spring. >>> state schools chief don torlickson is expected to unveil a new system for standardized testing. last year he was given the task of revamping student achievement tests which gauge progress in english, arts and math. the new testing is expected to include critical thinking and problem solving skills to comply with new national guidelines known as common core. >>> it is 4:36. we know when the united states supreme court will take up the prop 8 case, on march 26. at issue whether it was constitutional for the california voters to ban gay marriage through the 2008 ballot measure. the next day the court will hear arguments on the constitutionality of the federal "defense of marriage act." the rulings are expected sometime in june. >>> president obama is urging congress to act quickly and confirm his nominees for defense secretary and cia director but cbs news reporter susan mcginnis says another capitol hill battle seems to be looming. >>> reporter: president obama announced his pick for the next heads of th
democrats. >> are they part of his program as well? >> are you kidding? you don't think they spent all that money and all that effort to stand by and watch yesterday? no way. they intend now to be aggressive about trying to get california back being the golden state in every category and that clearly in some cases means spending more money for certain things. >> there's another thing that the governor has brought out to bring back california to its golden days. he wants to change regulations in the state. he wants to make it more business friendly. in fact, he might even be trying to change some of the environmental rules. how do you see that playing with the democrats and the republicans? >> well, the republicans of course are going to be on board but this exposes one of those -- the main fissures that we are seeing emerge state wife, you have -- the fault lines are now between moderate democrats and more liberal democrats and that's going to be exposed in this effort. >> how do you see it going down where he says i'll spend more but you have to g
she finally let us put a coat on her. i to get coffee and i don't know whether to drink it report on my feet. >> we ask our wait a minute the other day is a dog does runs with you and said she doesn't let you put on the jacket but today see let the the dog let her put on the jacket. she did not bring the dog because she didn't feel comfortable with him being out here and this cold. >> what a great little " i don't know whether to put it on my feet or drink it. >> we are still in the '20s for fairfield and 29 out the door in vallejo and 29 and napa up. you are waking up to a freezing morning and concord was 32 degrees. we eyes seeing low forties for the coast line and those of you waking up along the peninsula. a freeze or in process by reason of back and temperatures will continue to drop as we approached sun rise. i see when still a possibility. i will have the details on what where these numbers are expected to go in my next report. >> no hot spots that no major problems so far is all quiet around the bay area. highway 92 heading across the san mateo bridge is crowded freeways o
. they said you should let off the ice slowly if you hit the ice and don't hit the brakes or you will get into a tailspin. we hope you are all careful if you are headed out. reporting live, kira klapper, abc7 news. >>> thanks, kira. it was cold out at the stick last night but who cares. 49ers of saferring victory this morning and later today they find out who they will play in the quest for their sixth super bowl. last night's win over the green bay packers was a record night for quarterback colin kaepernick. here he is making a 56-yard touchdown run. he ran for 180 yards, also threw for 263, and two touchdowns. the 49ers advance to the nfc championship game for the second year in a row with their 45-33 win over the green bay packers. mike shumann will have much more later in sports. right any ears abc7 news reporter john alston with fan reaction from candlestick park. >> it feels the moment that niners fans had waited for. >> yeah, baby! more, baby! >> fans streamed out of candlestick, finally relieved they broke free from the back and forth early in the game. >> colin kaepernick started
if he sees anything out of the ordinary. >> i don't take it in my own if i do see something i call the cops and make sure everything is going smoothly. >> he has fairly battles with petaluma joker and other villains compete with choreographed fights downtown. it started as a dare with a facebook profile and quickly caught the attention of thousands of people online. >> i started to go out in my costume and people recognized what i was doing, a charity and entertainment value, not vigilante and here we are. >> earlier this month he posted flyers around town when alyssa byrne went missing. he posts about charitable events and other events that need extra attention. he has gained a quick reputation around town. >> he was there to help in the search phase. it's pretty cool. >> i don't know what he's doing but he's bringing up the spirits in this town and that's what petaluma needs. we need a hero right now. >> we know his true identity but we have agreed to keep it confidential for his and his family's safety. bidet petaluma batman is a 19-year-old student with a day job and right now
that. you wonder, going in now, do you play the same sort of game, because i don't know if it matters when you play tom brady, what sort of game you play. but brady was too much for them that night. >> al: seven years of sunday night football on nbc. four of them with my partner here, cris collinsworth. we work with the greatest people in the business. they are terrific. we go for five months a year. it's a pleasure and an honor to work with the folks who have brought you sunday night football all three the 2012 season. here they are. >> number 18, peyton manning. >> and that is caught by thomas. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> brady will throw to the left side for the touchdown. aaron hernandez. and here they go, right off the bat, they're going to run it into the end zone. danny woodhead takes it in. it's caught by crabtree. he's inside the 20, the 10, touchdown san francisco. akers kicks it and then it is picked up and run back by sherman and richard sherman is out in front. and richard sherman to the goal. and it is caught, a
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